I saw it too now. The first time I requested it, I got the message that the video didn't exist anymore (maybe the link changed, or it was in too high demand). It was quite nice and I was surprised how many I did not recognise. I recognised way less than Joe, but I can complete his list a little anyway:
87. Cast Away
85. Silence of the Lambs
81. Galaxy Quest
54. The Remains of the Day
49. The Taking of Pelham One Two Three
35. Mr. Smith Goes to Washington?
2. Once upon a Time in the West
Anybody recognise the remaining?
I initially thought that 35 was Mr. Smith Goes to Washington
too, but I'm pretty well convinced that it isn't. The actors to whom Jimmy Stewart is speaking aren't in Mr. Smith
, as far as I can tell (there are only two women prominent in the film -- Jean Arthur and Beulah Bondi ("Ma Smith"), and the woman in that scene isn't either of them). Given what he says in his line of dialogue, I thought it might be Harvey
, but Stewart looks too young in the clip.
I can surmise the following: (1) given Stewart's age and the fact that the film is in black-and-white, we can conclude that the film is pre-war (Stewart didn't make any films during the war); (2) it is reasonable to assume that the film has to be on DVD, since the compiler was probably working from DVDs to make the video; (3) the film has to have a character who is a doctor, since Stewart addresses his remarks to a doctor; and (4) given the costumes, the film must take place in the present (i.e. 1930s). A quick scan of the IMDb reveals that the only film that satisfies these criteria appears to be After the Thin Man